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Forget farm-to-table. We’re all about farmer-to-bed. Of course, we could also make farmer-to-table work if it came down to it.

Yes, we can’t even get through the introduction to a food-event story without taking a pervy turn. But in our defense, we had to go through several stock photos of sexy farmers to find the right one and the process got us a little worked up.

Without further ado, we will now kindly shift the focus of this post to one of our favorite party weekends of the year: Chefs for Farmers Celebration of Wine & Food. The sixth annual event features a Street Food Night Market on Saturday, November 3 at Victory Park and the Main Event on Sunday, November 3 at Dallas Heritage Village. Over the course of these two events, more than 80 local and national chefs will join forces with 20 farmers and artisans to produce fresh-from-the-field flavors in every bite. More than 50 wineries, breweries and distilleries will also be on-hand to keep your whistle wet-as-can-be.

Best of all, we’re giving away two tickets to each adults-only event.

And don’t worry. Once we announce the winners, you’ll have a couple weeks to dream up your own farmer fantasy in preparation.

Chefs for Farmers Celebration of Food & Wine
All events 21 and over only

Street Food Night Market
Saturday, November 3
6:30 to 10:00 p.m. ($95 VIP); 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. ($75 GA)

Victory Park, Dallas

The Main Event
Sunday, November 4
2:00 to 6:00 p.m. ($150 VIP); 2:30 to 6:00 p.m. ($99 GA)
Dallas Heritage Village
1515 South Harwood Street, Dallas
chefsforfarmers.com

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